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Too much to do in london! - out-of-doors

 

No one can truly say they know London well. To know London entirely is impossible. London changes more rapidly than pigeons descending into the fountains of Trafalgar Square. Home to inhabitants for over 2,000 years now London has grown from the protecting crowd of the Tower to a rambling metropolis, the ideal platform for continuous famous activity.

Always where there is annals there are tales to tell. Tourists are as you would expect drawn to the accepted tourist attractions, yet it is the true travellers that seek deeper to find the gems of a 2,000 year-old town. It only takes a very small sum of investigating to find a little more rewarding, more interesting, more inspiring in London, than the London Dungeons (although it must be said - is a damn good laugh if you can bear the hour long queues!).

For instance, not even a minute's walk from the London Dungeons is the Hay's Galleria. This gem is for some absolutely odd argue concealed from all guidebooks and tourist in rank - no doubt to carry on its lack of thousands of tourists assembly it a less complete haven. Choose go there! It's a exquisite indoor/outdoor menagerie of a few choose shops, with a vast courtyard of cafes, bazaar stalls, bands, presentations, and of course, it overlooks a delightful part of the Thames.

Turn right from Hays Galleria and you find by hand in a Thames-side catwalk next to the newest buildings in town. The architecture is phenomenal, and these lord-mayor buildings are still so new that you can dream that the cellophane has just just this minute been peeled off all the windows. You are appreciate to enter the Lord Mayor's house (it's the one shaped like a golf ball), go to the top and amazing thing at the mind-boggling roundedness of it all - plus of classes see the spectacular views of the HMS Belfast, Tower Channel & the Tower of London. Carry on strolling candidly into the I-Witness open-air gallery, ahead of maybe snacking on a hot-dog in the mini-fairground.

Walk past the green that before hosted many Hollywood film premieres in giant marquees, the David Blaine in-a-box episode, plus many other miscellaneous events, and you are factually bottom Tower Bridge, keep under your own steam and you are now in Shad Thames, a true delight of traffic-free, cobblestone streets full of people, charitable you a careful air of how the London streets felt hundreds of years ago. It is as if these streets have been restored from long ago, thus delivering to the traveller a wonderfully rich blend of old and new in the same vicinity. Crowd about Shad Thames, past the ever-changing Design-Museum, and find manually in Butlers Wharf, a charming quay-side anthology of bars & restaurants all overlooking the Thames contradictory the evenly charming St Katherine's Dock. Trust me when I tell you that Butlers Wharf is the best in romantic settings.

Hays Galleria to Butlers Wharf is one walk of quite perhaps hundreds to elect from, in fact - that's a whole day right there! There are equal delights even if you crooked left out of Hay's Galleria instead, exceptionally the Clink Road Prison Museum, Vinopolis (Wine Museum), Area Market, Southwark Cathedral, I could go on?.

Great streets, great walks, great museums (forget the big-ones - go to the Children's museum in Bethnal Green for a real treat). It is frustrating to think that the bulk of visitors to London wind up staying in some of the least exciting areas. Paddington & Bayswater are both great areas, being so close to Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens (now home to the finally-completed Princess Diana shrine). Kensington & Earls Court have their highlights too, but there is more to London than the tried and veteran tourist routes.

I in recent times stayed in a five star hotel in the average of the city on the weekend for less than one hundred pounds a night, and was amazed at accurately how from tip to toe empty the city of London was. I was in heaven! There I was in the central of one of the oldest cities around, and I had it all to myself! City hotels are notorious for being absolutely empty on weekends, hence the great rates. I am sure tourists pay over the hundred pounds per night threshold to stay in 'trendy' Kensington etal, when they could certainly stay next to Tower Bridge, St Paul's, Millennium Conduit etc, for much less.

Needless to say that the City of London (the economic centre) is agreed coloured with history, in all places you go there are buildings proclaiming their 16th century origins, and they are in abundance.

I was a moment ago taken to what is allegedly one of the oldest London pubs in existence. Again, this pub is not only concealed from the guidebooks and the conventional in sequence sources, it is also covert from the public! I had to be taken there, as I would never have been able to find it but for accompanied. This pub is clandestine from the world. It is sandwiched amid two narrow streets and hence finally obscured from any main thoroughfare. It has its own quad and as you stand supping a pint outside, it is as if you are in Victorian London. Look down the misty streets and it is easy to invoke up an old bobby on the beat blowing his whistle, or Jack the Ripper lurking in the shadows. Oh - and there's a 150 year old tree budding all the way through the building, to add to the eccentric of the pub.

Hampstead is a further great area behind you to be discovered. Enclosed in green spaces, Hampstead (North London) is achieve for the calm location mutual with the close proximity to the big-smoke. Steeped in its own folklore, Hampstead was home to Dick Turpin (apparently he was born at the Spaniard's Inn - hugely accepted and celebrated pub on the Heath) of which his ghost still roams Kenwood house, and the surrounding woodlands. The high streets of Hampstead, Belsize Park, and the faultlessly kept Primrose Hill are perhaps the last untouched-by-commercialism streets in London (no Starbucks here!). If you want breath-taking views of the city, chronological sites detailing the 'first entry point into London', collective with al-fresco dining, and an all told more relaxed atmosphere, Hampstead is the place, and less than 15 follow-up on the tube to the city centre! Now do you see why it seems frustrating that tourists stay in less considered necessary areas when they could stay in an generally more inspiring location, just as close to all the major attractions?

Of course, Hampstead is one of London's many beauty spots, yet the city is not all about beauty. As with any home to approximately 10 million people, diverse action is rife. London dealings cannot help but change all, every Londoner has an estimation on the congestion zone, on the ill-fated Millennium Dome, on Tony Blair, in fact on any topic you care to mention. Start a chat with any London black-cab driver - typically illustrious for their blunt views, and you will find manually as soon as scared out of your wits into the argument of the day.

So, when visiting London do not even effort to see it all - you cannot.

In a city where before now this year a Roman road has been bare a mile below broken up level dating back to 1 AD, and where Paddington people discovered Brunel's first iron-bridge - one they didn't know existed - London is ceaselessly creating wonders on a conventional basis.

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